ISADORA DUNCAN BY ABRAHAM WALKOWITZ $5K VALUE!
This drawing by Abraham Walkowitz (1878 - 1965) is from the early 1900s and depicts Isadora Duncan, the world-renowned French and American dancer. At the studio of Auguste Rodin, Abraham encountered the free-form style dancer Isadora Duncan, who was a hit in Europe as a performer to classical music. The naturalistic movement of the performance of Duncan, inspired Walkowitz and encouraged him to draw many pieces with her, some of which are in collections of large art institutions.
It is one of the famous drawings of the artist where he used ink and watercolor on paper.
Abraham Walkowitz is best known for his watercolor scenes of simplified figures. As most of the artists of the time, he was profoundly influenced by the post-impressionist style of Cezanne.
Appraisal Value: $5,000.00
Our Price: $2,695.00
Our Price: $2,695.00
Specifications of Piece
|Dimensions/Size of Artwork:||8.5' x 5.5' in|
|Dimensions/Size of Frame:||19' x 16' in|
|Condition :||Extremely Fine|
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